School Board


Board Meetings

Due to the coronavirus state-wide restrictions and in keeping with the efforts of social distancing to reduce the spread of coronavirus, we are scheduling all remaining Board meetings to be conducted using the web-based video conferencing Zoom.  To join the meeting, click on the link below.

Board Meeting: June 8, 2020 - IES

Public comments can be submitted to Cheryl Costello 24 hours prior to the scheduled Board meeting. 

Public interested in joining the ZOOM meeting should contact Cheryl Costello 24 hours in advance for the password.


All regular Board meetings are held at 7:00 p.m.

January Work Session – 6:00 pm

All other Work Sessions will be scheduled as needed

Meeting Dates/Board Briefs

*Board Briefs are in PDF format, unless otherwise noted.

Date Location
July 2019 No Meeting
August 12, 2019 District Office - HES
September 9, 2019 Riverside Jr/Sr High School
October 14, 2019 Sam Boardman Elementary
November 12, 2019 (Tuesday) AC Houghton Elementary
December 9, 2019 Windy River Elementary
Jan 13, 2020 (Work Session) Irrigon Elementary
February 10, 2020 Irrigon Jr/Sr High School
March 9, 2020 Heppner Jr/Sr High School
April 13, 2020 Irrigon Elementary
May 12, 2020 (Tuesday) Heppner Elementary
June 8, 2020 Irrigon Elementary

Board Book Online - View the complete meeting agendas and minutes via OSBA.Complete Minutes/Agendas


Board Members

Brian Kollman Position 1  
Marcie Rodelo Position 2  
Richard Cole Position 3 Vice-Chair
Becky Kindle Position 4  
Mary Killion Position 5  
Barney Lindsay Position 6 Chair
Andy Fletcher Position 7  

Board Goals

Goal 1:

During the 2019-20 school year, all Morrow County School District students will demonstrate academic achievement growth proportionate to or above their Oregon peers using a variety of measures. Students are expected to grow academically a minimum of one year at every grade level, in preparation for graduation.

Goal 2:

Develop and foster strong communication practices that support the district’s mission and goals with all stakeholder populations. MCSD will strive to build trust and improve partnerships with communities, including parents, business, civic and cultural groups.  MCSD will continue to work with families and community partners to emphasize the importance attendance has on student learning. 

Goal 3:

Maintain a strong financial management plan that supports staying current with infrastructure and providing innovative learning opportunities for students.

Complaint Procedures

The district expects and welcomes inquiries on policies, administrative regulations, procedures, personnel and school-related incidents.To implement an orderly, productive and professional resolution to these inquiries, the procedures below shall be followed:

Informal Procedures

The staff, employee(s), supervisors and/or administrators are to utilize all possible means to resolve the concerns or questions as soon and as efficiently as possible and at the lowest level of responsibility in an informal manner.

Formal Procedures

Please refer to board policy KL on Public Complaints: Formal Procedures (PDF)